Cassius to Cray, Stortford make changes and Lewes saved

PUBLISHED: 09:39 13 January 2010 | UPDATED: 14:50 06 May 2010

BROMLEY S Marcus Cassius has joined the Lilywhites tenants Cray Wanderers on a month s loan. Bromley boss Mark Goldberg has also allowed Adrian Stone and Gareth A Williams to find other clubs in a bid for first-team football although the duo s Blue Squar

BROMLEY'S Marcus Cassius has joined the Lilywhites' tenants Cray Wanderers on a month's loan.

Bromley boss Mark Goldberg has also allowed Adrian Stone and Gareth A Williams to find other clubs in a bid for first-team football although the duo's Blue Square South registrations have been retained by the Kent club.

Bishop's Stortford have signed central defender Alex Bentley on a month's loan from Coca-Cola League Two signed Dagenham & Redbridge as a direct replacement for Tom Champion who has accepted an offer from Braintree Town.

Stortford have also lost left back Aiden Palmer to Cambridge United.

Lewes FC lives to fight another day after paying off its outstanding debt to HM Revenue and Customs.

The club managed to raise the full £48,000 needed through a combination of donations and long-term interest free loans.


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